Limited Edition Kylie Jenner Nail Polish Collection

Last week I attended the launch of Kylie Jenner’s new limited edition nail color collection in collaboration with SinfulColors. The reality TV star looked amazing in a long, sequined gold dress as she announced the new polishes are an artistic way to share her artistic choices with her fans.

The King Kylie SinfulShine Collection features twenty shades of jewel tones offset by neutrals and precious metals, as well as a top coat.

“Kylie is internationally recognized as a leading influencer and trendsetter in beauty and fashion, and recognized for making a statement in nail. We are thrilled to collaborate with Kylie, and are excited to introduce these new collections, unlike anything else on the market,” said Blake Decker, Head of Marketing, SinfulColors.

The polishes will be available from March 1 – August 31st 2016 at select retailers nationwide, including Walmart, Walgreens, Target. Suggested retail price of polishes and topcoat: $2.99.

 

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Target’s New Nail Polish Line Launches Today

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If you got a Target gift card for Christmas, then you’re in luck because you can spend it on Target’s new nail-polish line, Defy & Inspire.

The line consists of 38, yes, 38 shades, of Instagram-worthy nail colors and will retail for $7.49.

The polishes are five-free – meaning it’s free of 5 harmful ingredients: formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate, toluene, formaldehyde resin, and camphor.

Each bottle will retail for $7.49, and are named after reality TV shows. So, if you are a Bachelor junkie, there’s a cornflower blue polish for you, or, if you want to relive your teenage days, Laguna Beach (ocean blue) may be in order. Other colors include You’re Fired (red), Toddlers and Tiaras (baby pink), Made (coral), and Tribal Counsel (nude).

Product Review: OCC’s Cosplay’s Cha Cha

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Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics (aka OCC cosmetics) recently launched their new Spring/Summer 2015 line featuring neutral shades to pretty pastels to bright, bold hues. All six of the matte lip shades have complimentary nail colors to match so you can take those fun Instagram selfies with your hands in the picture to show that you have a fabulous manicure to match the gorgeous shade on your lips.

If you follow me on Instagram, you would have seen a couple of pictures I posted wearing Cha Cha, which the brand describes as “pale tangerine.” After wearing it, I don’t think I would describe the color as pale. Instead it’s a bright, yet soft shade of orange that is bold and in-you-face, and not meant to be worn by the shy and timid. But, if shy and timid describes you, there are other colors such as John Doe, a nude and Memento, a pink/plum neutral.

The nail polish lasted about 5 days before it started to chip and the lip color stayed put for hours. Because the lip color is a liquid, I would recommend using a brush to spread it around nicely around the contours of your lips.

What do you think about the matching nail and lip trend?

Pure Ice’s new Sparking Seas Nail Collection

It may not feel like spring, but the season is here, so even if the weather isn’t bright and cheery doesn’t mean you can’t begin decking out your nails in all sorts of colorful shades to celebrate the transition from winter to warmer temperatures. Affordable nail brand Pure Ice has got your nails covered…literally, with its new Sparking Seas collection, feature 3 sparkling new shades to give you the perfect manicure. The new shades include Sea Glass (green), Mer-Magical (pink), and Sparking Seas (blue).
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Pure Ice’s Sparkling Seas Collection is available exclusively at Walmart stores nationwide this spring, and retails for $1.99 each.

Pantone’s 2015 Color of the Year Nails Inspiration

Pantone recently announced Marsala as the 2015 Color of the Year, but you don’t have to wait until next year to begin incorporating the earthy red-brown hue into your beauty routine. Try adding the color to your nails with CND’s VINYLUX Weekly Polish collection, which includes a variety of Marsala-esque shades.

VINYLUX Weekly Polish is a two-part system consisting of a Color Coat that adheres directly to the nail, eliminating the need for a base coat. The second step, a Top Coat, is formulated with patent-pending ProLight Technology that increases in durability with exposure to natural light. Because the system works with natural light, there is no need for harmful UV/LED lights in order to get a full week of chip-free polish. As an extra bonus, the full system dries in 8 ½ minutes.

See below for some of the Marsala-esque colors available now, as well as some design inspirations.

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Add Some Sparkle Up Your Nails This Holiday Season

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Just in time for the holidays Pure Ice Nail Polish has released five brand new shades filled with luminous glitter, evoking winter snowflakes, to keep your nails sparkling all season long. The polishes features the long-wear formula Pure Ice is known far, as well as an amazing price – it retails for $1.97 at Walmart stores nationwide. Grab one for yourself, or pick up a few of these dazzling enamels for stocking stuffers.

Shades pictured from Left to Right:
• Santa Merry Me: Iridescent reddish gold polish melody with red hex glitter
• Winter Blues: Iridescent Ice blue and pale gold polish with blue hex glitter
• Gold Peppermints: Icy rose champagne polish with light pink hex glitter
• Pure Icicles: Silver Polish with White hex glitter
• Bling On the Holidays : Pale Champagne Gold polish with 14k gold hex glitter

Just In Time For Valentine’s: Chocolate Nail Polish Removers from Ciaté

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I love wearing nail polish, but the one thing that I don’t look forward to is taking the color off. Very few removers actually smell good, so I was excited to learn that UK-based nail brand Ciaté has unveiled a newly formulated collection of Chocolate Scented Nail Polish Removers. Decant sugary scents include white, dark, mint and orange chocolate, making the nail polish removal process a yummy treat for your hands and senses. The ammonia-free removers aim to gently remove colors while Vitamins E and B5 work to condition and nourish nails. The removers currently retail for $16 each online.